Our products provide a reliable and cost-effective treatment reagent for management of leachable lead impacted solid waste and provide treatment solutions for RCRA and non-RCRA metals in solid and aqueous matrices. TerraBond® has proven to be effective in treating a wide range of inorganic waste streams.
TerraBond® has been used to successfully stabilize over 300,000 tons of lead contaminated soils in numerous projects throughout the United States. Examples include:
United Metals Superfund Site
Sawgrass Lake Restoration Project
Pinellas Park, FL
Treatment of 65,000 tons of lead impacted material from a century of firing range activity. Multiple materials types treated including sand, sediment, organic peat, vegetation, and soil washing residuals. Post-treated sand was treated to < .015 mg/L as measured by SPLP and remained onsite while other materials were treated < 5.0 mg/L as measured by TCLP and were disposed in a RCRA Subtitle D landfill.
Ferry Street Project
TerraBond® was used to stabilize 102,000 tons of lead contaminated soils with TCLP lead ranging from 22-330 ppm. On average a 2% dose reduced the TCLP to below 5 ppm.
Honeywell Prestolite Soil Stabilization
TerraBond® was used to treat over 9,000 tons of lead contaminated soils resulting from former battery facility. On average a 2% dose rate reduced the TCLP to below 5 ppm. Work was performed for Summit Environmental & CH2MHILL.
Doe Run Lead Smelter
TerraBond® was used to stabilize lead contaminated tailings. On average 3% was used to reduce the leachable lead from 35 ppm less than 5 ppm.
BNSF Rail Yard
St. Louis, MO
TerraBond® was used to stabilize the leachable lead from rail yard. A 2% dose rate was successful to reduce the leachable lead below 5 ppm.
RMR Lexington Road Site
TerraBond® was used to stabilize the leachable lead in the remediation of a former firing range in Henderson, KY. A 3% dose rate was successful to reduce the leachable lead to below 5 ppm.
Townley Hill Road Dump Site
In-situ treatment of 6,000 tons of lead and cadmium impacted soil and sediment. Leachability performance standards required treatment of lead and cadmium for both TCLP and SPLP lead. Post-treated soil remained on site under a repaired liner.